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July 15, 2014
07:25 EDTN.Y. FX Outlook
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07:23 EDTInvestors await earnings parade
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07:00 EDTFX Update: EUR-USD tested below 1.36
FX Update: EUR-USD tested below 1.36 on the coattails of a sharp EUR-GBP drop following the much stronger than expected U.K. CPI release, while German ZEW data subsequently came in below the median forecast. A sharp drop in the shares of Portugal's Banco Santo Espirito, which was the bank at the centre of last Thursday's Eurozone fracas, has generated further bearish fodder for the euro, though EUR-USD managed to recover the 1.36 handle after trading to 1.3587, leaving the Jul-7 low at 1.3576 unchallenged. Cable, meanwhile, lifted to the 1.7140 area from pre-data levels around 1.7080, breaching yesterday's high on route. EUR-GBP was the big mover, diving sharply to a 0.7927 low to bring the recent major-trend low at 0.7915 within reach. USD-JPY edged out a five-day high of 101.64 after the BoJ nudged down its GDP projection to 1.0% from 1.1% for the current fiscal year. AUD-USD saw some chop into and after the release of the RBA minutes, which retained the slightly less positive view on the economy with GDP projected to run a little below trend over the next year or so. The downside won out eventually, with the Aussie sinking to the 0.9360-65 area after failing to sustain a gain above 0.9400.
05:56 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for July 15
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05:50 EDTJuly front month equity options last day to trade July 18, 2014
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02:25 EDTFX Update: USD-JPY edged out a five-day high
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02:20 EDTFX Update: USD-JPY edged out a five-day high
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July 14, 2014
16:35 EDTJune Pending Home Sales Index to be released at 10:00
15:40 EDTU.S. trade price preview:
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15:10 EDTFed Chair Yellen reiterated policy will likely be unusually accommodative
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15:00 EDTTreasury Closing Summary:
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14:55 EDTU.S. Business Inventories Preview:
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14:50 EDTU.S. Retail Sales Preview
U.S. Retail Sales Preview: June retail sales data will be released on Tuesday and the headline should be up 0.6% (median 0.6%) with the accompanying ex-autos figure up by 0.6% as well. Another firm month for chain store sales points to upside risk for the report as discussed in today's commentary.
14:50 EDTU.S. NY Fed "Empire State" Index Preview
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14:25 EDTFed Discount Rate meeting minutes showed ongoing improvement
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13:35 EDTU.S. dollar swap spreads widened back out
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13:05 EDTEuro$ interest rate options: more bearish positioning
Euro$ interest rate options: more bearish positioning included a 9k purchase of Gold December 65 puts, while there was also a sale of 4k in Blue December 72 strangles (volatility). September 2014 contracts are still flat at 99.76, while the deferreds 1-4.5 ticks lower, continuing to inch lower as risk aversion abates, stocks gain and markets brace for Yellen.
12:50 EDTU.S. corporate debt: a 3-trancher from Bed, Batch & Beyond
U.S. corporate debt: a 3-trancher from Bed, Batch & Beyond will include 10-, 20- and 30-year legs (guidance +125 bp, +160 bp, +185 bp respectively), while Bank of Nova Scotia has a 2-trancher of 3- and 7-year maturities (+40 bp, +70 bp). Other investment grade deals on deck are a $284 M 22-year deal from CVS Caremark, a $250 M 40-year bond from Mutual of Omaha, a 2-year note via Toronto-Dominion and a $250 M perpetual from Wells Fargo. In the high yield sector there's a 3-trancher from American Energy of 5-, 7- and 8-year maturities and a slew of intermediate offerings from Cardtronics, Dryships, Infinity, Light Tower, McGraw-Hill, among others. Look for some light hedging and unwinds related to these deals to add some chop to underlying Treasuries and futures, though Yellen's midweek testimony will keep a lid on the price action for now.
11:55 EDTU.S. equities topped up opening gains with Europe
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11:45 EDTTreasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill sale was strong
Treasury's $48 B 3- and 6-month bill sale was strong as traders still scramble for supply. The $25 B 3-month bill stopped at 0.025%, just through the 0.030% at the bid deadline and a little richer than last week's 0.04%. There were $119.9 B in bids for a 4.82 cover, the highest in five weeks, as well as the 4.71 average. Indirect bidders were awarded 27.4% compared to last week's small 14.8% and the 22.5% average. The $23 B 6-month bill was awarded at 0.06%, right on the screws, and just under last week's 0.065%. Bids totaled $112.5 B in bids for a 4.93 cover, also the best since June 9 and fractionally better than the 4.92 average. Indirect bidders took 37.1% compared to 35.5% previously and 35.9% average.
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